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Behaviour change and its per/inverse relationship with health equity

Issue 2021-no.3 | Centre for Health Equity Training, Research and Evaluation (CHETRE)

doi: 10.53714/lufv8614

Evidence that behaviour change interventions worsen inequities, and adversely impact the most disadvantaged, is compelling. ‘Simple’ systems change, however, is insufficient. Designing complex and contextualised intervention packages is necessary. However, evidence indicates that rhetoric and learned routines stand in the way of effective action.


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